Vitamin E rich foods

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Many vitamins and minerals are important for a high-functioning immune system, but vitamin E is one of the best for improving the immune response of the body. A malfunctioing immune system may be to blame for food allergies in many cases, but vitamin E can prevent the false identification of proteins as “foreign”, thus preventing the immune response. Adding vitamin E-rich foods to your diet can also improve the health of your skin and your metabolism, so adding foods like spinach, almonds, peanuts, greens, and asparagus to your diet is always a good idea. Protection Status
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